WASHINGTON - Despite reservations within the Clinton administration, the Senate Banking Committee appears likely to vote this month on legislation authorizing interstate branching and limiting bank insurance powers.

People familiar with the committee's plans say that Chairman Donald W. Riegle wants to take up insurance and interstate legislation during the third week of the month as the panel considers his fair trade in financial services bill.

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